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Healthy Lifestyles Newsletter


Summer 2020

Tips for Saving Money At the Super Market

Avoid foods that contain more than five ingredients. You’ll likely be able to make that item from scratch and it will cost less.



Spring 2020

Choose your veggies, everyday!

Everyone can enjoy and benefit from eating more vegetables. They are packed full of vitamins and minerals.


Winter 2020

How to Stay Active on Snow Days

As the cold weather approaches, warm up with healthy and hearty soups. They are good for your health and your wallet.


Fall 2019

Embrace the Season

Don't let the cold weather get in the way of you becoming your best self. Start the New Year with renewed energy and motivation.


Summer 2019

How & Why to Choose Healthy Fish

Seafood is an important part of a healthy diet, easy to cook & packed with nutrients our bodies benefit from.

Spring 2019

March is National Nutrition Month!

Make Informed food choices, sound eating and engage in fun, physical activities.


Winter 2019

Fun Facts about Winter Vegetables

So where did cabbage originate? Is a sweet potato the same as yam? How sweet are beets?


Fall 2018

Fall Nutrition Tips

As the school season starts again in the fall, it is important to send your kids off to school with healthy and easy snacks.


Summer 2018

Make Mealtime Fun

Cook Together, Eat Together, Talk Together. Food shopping to setting the table; including everyone helps to build a bond.


Spring 2018

Tips to Spring into Health

Spring represents a new beginning. Trees turning green, plants blooming again. Bring new healthy habits into your life.


Winter 2018

Tips to Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions

Here are some tips to help you be more successful in following through this year.


Fall 2017

With holidays approaching, don't let your healthy eating habits slide.

Tips to stay on track



Karen Ball
Senior Nutritionist
631-727-7850 x 332

Last updated June 4, 2024